Whether you prefer the gentle refinement of the Old Course or the drama and athleticism of the New Course will probably depend on your preferred style and approach to the game, or maybe just your mood, but both courses are yours – not to be shared with day-trippers, so there is no queuing, no waiting, just immaculate service and two of the finest golf courses in Europe.
New Golf Course
Unique is the word
A splendid array of green tongues
This par-70 course inaugurated in 2005 really does merge golf with nature, assimilating the playing experience with the gorgeous nature that envelopes it. Great care has been taken to make sure the course blends in with its surroundings while also offering unique features and a game distinct from that found on the Old Course. The result is a playful 18-hole challenge full of wonderful obstacles and sharp doglegs to overcome, but you’ll be met with unforgettable sights all the way.
|9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
|Number of holes
|Average playing time
|4356 - 5381
Tougher course than other
Play the two courses in succession and it will be hard to imagine that they form part of the same country club, for the designers have succeeded in giving each a unique setting, layout and above all, feel. From the classic elegance and panoramic picture postcards of the Old Course to the more dramatic gradient of the New Course, Zagaleta offers two diverse experiences to explore within a setting that combined offers an uninterrupted 36-hole parkland oasis.